See the magazine come to life.
From its perspective on fashion to fast cars and bars, the Gentleman’s Journal has become an authority on luxury living for high-net-worth individuals.
Now, the quarterly title and online platform has been brought to life in the form of a pop-up store at the Burlington Arcade.
Set across multiple floors, the boutique is home to an edit of must-haves curated by the magazine’s team of editors. Personal stylists are on hand to guide visitors around the offering which includes leather goods by Ettinger, shirts from Emma Willis, Sunspel tees, and tailor-made suits from Clements and Church.
Limited-edition prints from Unseen Art are also available to buy, in addition to grooming essentials by Czech & Speake and Bolin Webb.
A collection of Vertex watches can be found upstairs, while the lower level is occupied by a wine cellar curated by The Magnum Company, specialists in selling everything from gin to olive oil by the magnum.
“We want to build a real, valuable two-way connection between Gentleman’s Journal and our customers, with retail being the final pillar to the ever-growing brand,” says Editor-in-Chief Harry Jarman, who founded Gentleman’s Journal in 2012. “The team is looking to leverage our online learnings and deliver a personal, intimate experience for those that value human connection.
“We have such a strong following and presence through online, print, social, podcast and via our production studio, it’s now time to bring that to life and even closer to the consumer. Through in-store superior service, events and experiences we want to create a place where gentlemen can drop by, whether that’s for a glass of wine or of course to shop.”
Gentleman’s Journal Clubhouse members are entitled to a complimentary coffee or glass of Champagne as they browse. Find out more here.